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Pro Grip 714 Dual Sport Grips


  • Special GEL compound for maximum vibration absorption
  • Extremely comfortable for street, dirt or dual sport riding
  • Black only
  • Length: 125mm
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Pro Grip 714 Dual Sport Grips 4.9 5 25 25
Great buy Easy to install, comfortable and inexpensive. It's been about 2 to 3 months no issues. July 28, 2014
Great bang for your buck! I bought these grips as temporary replacements thinking they were going to be cheap. As soon as I got them I knew they were good quality. They feel great and very grippy. They are also very comfortable and look great! They do not absorb a lot of vibration from constant riding but for 10 bucks you can't go wrong. I recommend these to anyone looking for a pair of good quality grips at an affordable price. July 28, 2014
CUSHY! Only have had them on for a month so not sure about durability, but who cares their $10. Super soft with a larger diameter than hard stock ones. July 1, 2014
Love these!! I installed these last weekend and love they way they feel on the bike. I took off some old foam-grips to put these on and the control of the bike is surprisingly improved. Who knew....such a little thing on the bike but made a big difference on my V-Strom! I used a little rubbing alcohol to grease up the bare handlebars and they slid right on! April 7, 2014
These are great! I wanted a thicker grip on my new bike. They went on easy with hair spray. I just cut the ends off for fitment. April 2, 2014
Comfy Grips Great Grips. Really comfortable. Great shipping and communication with Revzilla as always. March 31, 2014
Better than the stock grips. Grippy. Professional. Very 740. So wow. Much grips. Would buy again. Better than cats. March 17, 2014
Easy Install on '09 BMW F800GS (with heated grips) Just got these grips to replace old, worn out stock ones on my 2009 F800GS... Other sites/reviews seemed to think that removal of stock grips was difficult... That may have been true for others, but on my '09, it was easy and fast... Also, others seemed to think that you needed two pairs as the throttle side (24mm) was needed for both sides due to the heating elements... Well that was not the case for me... Using some cheap hair spray as lube/adhesive, I was able to use the 22mm on left and 24mm on right with no problem... Of course I followed the advice and bought two pairs, so now I have a backup set... I did have to cut the ends off to use with my bar ends, but no big deal.... Good, cheap replacement for the thinner, crappier stock grips... January 9, 2014
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Pro Grip 714 Dual Sport Grips
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Bruce H: More comfort, oem was thin and these were thicker with sponge feel...they are perfect. Feb 11, 2015
Paul B: Excellent dual sport grips! Isolates vibration from your hands and wrists. ProGrip quality and reliability! Highly recommended! Oct 29, 2014
Gerral S: Can't stand those skinny stock grips. I use electrician tape to build up the thickness of bars and silicone these grips to slide on easy. Fat and comfortable. Love em. Oct 13, 2014
Bradley C: They're nice and squishy! Reduces vibrations in my mitts! Aug 5, 2014
James M: I've had a pair of 714 grips on my KLR650 for about 9 years and they're still amazing. Tough but with the perfect amount of softness. Plus the OD is spot on for me. This new pair will go on my DL650 VStrom. Jul 13, 2014
Drucilla Y: I need sticky grips. May 20, 2014
George C: Installed these on my '08 BMW K1200S. Carefully cut the factory grip off exposing the grip heating elements. Installed the ProGrips over the factory grip heaters. Much more comfortable than stock. Great grips. May 6, 2014
Stephen C: I wanted a thicker grip May 5, 2014
larry p: recommended by FJR forum site Apr 26, 2014
Jacob K: grip Apr 11, 2014
Matthew D: Best grips eva! Mar 20, 2014
Dennis R: Need replacement grips on my V-Strom Feb 27, 2014
David H: Positive reviews and price. Feb 26, 2014
Roger H: Have used these grips for years, most comfortable I have found. Feb 23, 2014
Dan Z: try them out Jan 3, 2014
JeanPablo R: Such a nice improvement over the original grips. These eliminate a lot of vibration. Dec 9, 2013
Kelly V: I'm 100% a commuter/pleasure rider. Since parallel twins are known for their vibration, I am hoping these grips will make my ride just a bit more comfortable. Nov 29, 2013
mitch p: I thought I'd like a softer more sticky grip than the stock ones. This was cheap and well reviewed, so I didn't have much to loose giving it a try. Nov 28, 2013
Edward C: wanted softer, thicker grips than stock for my big paws Sep 12, 2013
Rick M: Virtually all positive reviews helped in choosing these grips. Aug 26, 2013
A shopper asked: What do y'all use as grip glue? What did you use to ease the sliding of the grips on the throttle side? Jan 3, 2014
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Scott G: Believe it or not I always use high hold hair spray -- it is slippery going on, hold very well, yet is still easy to remove the grips with either compressed air or brake cleaner spray under the grip. Spray a fair amount of the hair spray into the inside of the grip then quickly slide it in place. One watch-out -- It dries fairly quickly so don't take to long when putting the grips on. Also always push the grips on from the rear/outside of the grip -- don't pull them on from the front/open side.

Also any hair spray that drips or runs can be cleaned up with rubbing alcohol.
Jan 3, 2014
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Chris W: I used spray construction adhesive. The adhesive is used as a lubricant while it has not bonded and then locks the grip in place once the adhesion has occurred. You'll have to slice the grips off with a box cutter once you are ready to replace them due to the bonding. Jan 4, 2014
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David V: I use a small spritz of carb cleaner or clear spray paint. DO NOT use too much because it will melt the grip. The key is use just enough to make the inside slick so it will slide on. When dry, the grip will be part of the bar. Jan 3, 2014
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Dennis S: After I cleaned off the old grip/cement, I used good old Hair Net hair spray. I applied the hair spray first and the grips slid on very nicely and the hair spray acts a great cement, they are very secure. Jan 3, 2014
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Mark A: Hairspray works the best. Spray it inside the grips and work quickly. Been using it for years on heated and non heated handles. Never a problem. Jan 3, 2014
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angel e: I use hairspray when available. Or just a bit of water does the trick Jul 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I want to use them on a BMW F800ST. Jun 19, 2012
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ROBYZF: before you remove the old grips, hold them up to the old ones still on the bike, and mark the correct length you need.

After you take the old ones off, I found the easiest way to get an accurate and clean cut, is to hold the ends up against the clip-on tubes, and trace a line around it.
Not all grips are the same, so some can just be lobbed off, and others have to have a hole cut out on the end itself.
Dec 16, 2012
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RevZilla: While the ends are not designed to come off, they can be removed with a razor blade. This will of course void any manufacturers warranty. Jun 19, 2012
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Robby: I just used a razor and dremel to make it nice and neat. It's really not difficult at all. Sep 3, 2012
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angel e: Check the fittings. If they do fit I recommend these! Jul 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: What diameter bar does this fit? Also what is the length. They look nice and comfy abut don't have much data on them. Aug 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The overall length is standard and this particular grip is compatible with 7/8in bars. Aug 15, 2012
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Robby: Regular handlebar diameter, 7/16" The throttle side is slightly larger to fit the throttle tube. As far as length... i'm not sure, but it is the same length as any other Progrip grip. I have them on my R6, and they work perfectly. The rubber around the end cap needs cut off first, but that's nothing scissors or a razor can't handle in 3 minutes. Sep 3, 2012
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